Posted on October 2, 2016 by James Duquenoy
There are now more mobile devices on Earth than there are people – and as almost 60% of all website traffic comes from these devices, it’s never been more important to make sure your site is designed and developed with mobiles in mind. A responsive design means your site can be used and enjoyed by users on any sized screen or device – which will not only give your users a better experience, but also boost your SEO.
Posted on May 26, 2016 by Jay Jones
The digital generation has no patience for disappointment in user experience. They want it now, they want it their way. We’ve identified six issues that are particularly annoying for mobile users, and any one of these mistakes could drive visitors away from your site.
Even the giants of American marketing sometimes fall short in the most basic ways, by making sites that entirely fail to appear on mobile devices. Although visibility into the mobile UX can be challenging ‒ especially when you factor in the sheer number of mobile devices and the slowness and inaccuracy of many mobile testing tools, it’s no excuse for making a site that doesn’t work at all on mobiles.
Doritos recently had a high profile campaign designed to leverage the excitement surrounding the Batman vs. Superman movie – but it didn’t go to plan, as it did not work at all on mobiles. Can anything be sadder than pouring buckets of money into a high-profile campaign, only to have it not appear? All that money created irritation, not excitement.
Tip: Make sure your website displays on all market-leading phones or tablets!
Posted on December 16, 2014 by Daniel Chadwick
If you’re running CactuShop to manage your online eCommerce experience, it’s probably about time you started looking at your options, not least because you’re site is probably more than 3 years old (which is in general the lifespan of any website’s design) but also because the technology behind your site is now, well it’s old and is not future proof. Which is why over the past year and a half or so we have been building new sites and converting customers with CatuShop sites to the Magento Community Edition platform. CactuShop has served Web Feet and many of our customers incredibly well over the years but it is time to move on and Magento is the most popular, extendable and feature rich eCommerce platform out there boasting excellent security, constant upgrades and hundreds of thousands of merchant users.
Posted on May 12, 2014 by Web Feet
Apple Office specialise in new and refurbished risograph digital printers and professional colour copiers for office usage. Offering a range of printer/copiers from Riso, Olivetti, Panasonic and Bizhub, Apple Office have the supplies to suit you needs! Check out their website if you’re interested.
The site now features the new Web Feet content management system to streamline page changes and updates. Fluid transitions between desktop and mobile devices are now apparent thanks to our responsive design template, making it easier to view from your phone or tablet.
We think the new design refresh looks great, and we hope you feel the same. Please contact us if you require something similar.
Posted on December 20, 2013 by Web Feet
Willow Madison Kitchens specialise in bespoke kitchens made in their Chandlers Ford workshop. They create a range of custom fitted kitchens and hand-crafted furniture using traditional methods. Check out their website if you’re interested.
The updated design features include the new Web Feet content management system allowing for simple management of pages and page content. Also the responsive design with image galleries and custom internal page colours allows for better viewing on mobile devices. The site also features a WordPress blog system so they can give frequent updates for new events.
We love the sharp new design – and we hope you do too. Please contact us if you require something similar, and we’d be happy to help.
Posted on October 25, 2013 by Web Feet
Adapt Landscapes specialise in landscaping design and construction offering; garden design, paving, driveways, fencing, decking, planting and turfing services located in Hampshire. Take a look at their new site for further information.
It features a new simple responsive design layout making it clear to view the content on a mobile platform. Also added to the site is new easy to use contact forms and image galleries making the site experience smooth. The site is using the new Web Feet content management system allowing for effortless updating.
We hope you like the new design, please get in contact if you need something similar.
Posted on September 30, 2013 by Web Feet
This simple static website was made to showcase the works of Test Valley Logs; specialising in hardwood logs for fires and chimney sweeping.
The site makes use of responsive design for mobile and tablet viewing, and we think it looks great. Please contact us if you require something similar.
Posted on September 12, 2013 by Web Feet
Hidden Agenda specialise in women’s lingerie – selling bras, underwear, bikinis and more from an assortment of brands. You can visit them in their stores in Botley and Romsey or check out their website.
This new eCommerce platform is optimised for responsive design allowing for better viewing pleasure on mobile devices. The website also features a Magento eCommerce system, great for large stores simplifying the control of your site.
We hope you like the new design. If you require something similar please contact us.